For the fifth year running, The National Trust and the National Trust for Scotland supported by Cadbury, have opened the National Trust properties to hold the Cadbury Easter Egg Trails, Easter egg hunts, and other fun Easter activities over the long weekend.
The Easter Egg Hunts are held all over the UK, find your local trail, and each venue has different events, including face painting, egg rolling and Easter egg decorating, all depending on where you go.
Every child, and it is just the kids – I checked, get a Cadbury Egghead for completing the trail.
The events are held on National Trust, and National Trust for Scotland, sites and properties so there will probably be an entrance fee, to either the Trail or property or both, please double check before you go.
At the Easter egg hunts you can enter the “Design your own Egghead Competition”, where you can submit a design that could be one of the new Eggsheads for next year and tickets to Cadbury World.
You can pick up entry form/design template on the day – you must be under 16 to enter; all the terms & conditions can be found on the Easter Egg Trail website.
Previous Competition Winners
Rather annoyingly I have only been able to find one of the previous winners for the “Design your own Egghead Competition”, even though previous year’s winners are included in the different Egghead designs.
From 10,260 entries, Catriona aged 12 from Scotland designed the winning entry in 2009.